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Post your Diver's Watches

Discussion in 'Watches' started by dawgfan76, Mar 15, 2015.

  1. Sheepdog149

    Sheepdog149 Loaded Pockets

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    I wear "divers" a lot, as I fancy that style of watch. Today, I'm wearing a Dagaz Typhoon - 300m:
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  2. A4VC

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    Same dive watch since 1987.


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  3. tdb

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    Repost... Deep Blue DayNightOPS T25 and friends... Only dive watch I own, but itching to pick up a 007 and have it modded...
     
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  5. quantex

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  6. Omega

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  7. Dave(id)130

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    Beaters, yeah. Those are are some nice watches my friend haha. Hope to one day own the red and blue seiko.
     
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  8. Omega

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    Hi I'm trying to load my watch pic like you did how do you do that?
     
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  9. Dave(id)130

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    Not sure I'm trackin sir....

    The way I put pictures on here is I take one on my Macintosh telephone, then I upload it on photobucket. Then I click the circle with what resembles a chain and I copy the url for forums. Then I just paste it in the comment box! Hope this helps?
     
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  10. Adam Ng

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    I linked it in from phtobucket.
    Thank Dave for the compliment and the better explanation than mines. I'm not beating on any of my watches for sure. I'm just feeling a little humbled looking at the other collections.
     
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  11. Omega

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  12. Sheepdog149

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  13. Weej

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    Did not know I liked Dive watches until I saw this thread.
     
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  14. PBJS II

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    Question. I have an Orient Black Mako. I've been fooling with the regulator. It looks like the best I'll be able to get is +- 5-10 seconds. If it was simple to hack that wouldn't be much of a problem.
    The most dead nuts accurate watch I have is an older Kevin Cole. Most of my watches get hacked dead accurate 8n the morning.


    Is any automatic movement more accurate? I do not dive. The worst my watch will ever see is sweat and rain.
    A Citizen Eco Drive diver is pretty expensive. A Casio MDV-106 is much closer to my price range.
    I do like the dive watch look!
     
  15. CRM114FGD135

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    You can find more accurate autos, but the will cost quite a bit more than the Orient. I have a Mako & love it. I have several autos and setting the time is just part of the process when I wear a different one, since I don't keep them on winders. You don't wear an auto for the accuracy. If you want accuracy, you wear a quartz watch.

    -Ryan
     
  16. twoisone
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    twoisone EDC Junkie!!!

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  17. nick nitro

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    Looking at the depth rating, is this a liquid filled watch like the MTM?
     
  18. twoisone
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    No, I am sure not. The depth rating is likely ambitious but it has been a great watch and gaining very, very little time over six months or so.
     
  19. PBJS II

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    The movement in a Seiko 5 is a step and a half above the Orient.
    It will be so easy to hack it in the morning!
     
  20. mjpgolf1

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    Certina DS Action Diver Auto

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